DENVER — The man accused of stabbing and killing a teenager in north Capitol Hill in July has been arrested and charged, according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office.
Evans was arrested on Sept. 10, about seven weeks after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
The stabbing happened on July 1 outside the Bourbon Grill at East Colfax Avenue and Pearl Street.
Prosecutors said there had been an altercation between Evans and Grant-Cobb before the stabbing.
Evans’ first court appearance is scheduled for Friday.
Grant-Cobb had just graduated from high school.